February 25, 2013

Gas Prices Rising, Just as Obama Planned

Las Vegas Review-Journal, Las Vegas Review-Journal


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Last week, Nevada gasoline prices averaged $3.75 at the pump - a leap of 59 cents in seven weeks. According to the Energy Information Agency, the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded in the United States was $1.838 on Jan. 19, 2009 - the day before Barack Obama took office. Since then, gasoline is up 96 percent. . .

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